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Kelp Forest
Get an up close look into the underwater world of a Pacific kelp forest. The kelp in this exhibit is artificial, but the animals living here are real. Look for the orange Garibaldi damselfish, kelp bass and the swell shark!


Rocky Shore Tidal Pool
Dip your hand in this exhibit and get an idea of how cold the Pacific Northwest can be - the temperature here is kept at approximately 55o F (12.8o C).



Deep Sea Dwellers
This habitat represents life at 1,000 feet (305 m) deep. See animals that would normally require a submersible to reach!




belugawhale_144x74Beluga Whales 
This subarctic exhibit is home to beluga whales. These marine mammals are gregarious ambassadors for marine conservation efforts.




Alaskan Rocky Reef
The rockwork here provides ample living and retreat space for a myriad of Pacific Northwest animals, including the world's largest octopus species.

Sea Dragon Habitat
Take a look into the Sargassum kelp of Australian and Tasmanian coasts to view the intriguing weedy sea dragons. These beautiful animals are in the same family as seahorses, even though they look drastically different. 

Southern Sea Otters
This multi-tiered habitat provides three engaging vantage points from which you can glimpse our Southern sea otters. It doesn't matter from where you view the otters, you are sure to get an OTTER-ly amzing view! 

African Penguins
Africa does not only host lions, elephants and giraffes - it has penguins as well! Get an up close view of Georgia Aquarium's African penguins during one of our penguin waddles!